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's ron allen is in lower manhattan tonight. >> reporter: good evening, kate. strauss-kahn still faces some serious charges of sexual assault, but it's almost as if his accuser is the one standing trial now in the court of public opinion, in the headlines every day, as more new negative allegations arise about her, her past and her story. many legal experts are now saying that it will be very difficult for prosecutors to convict the former imf chief of any kind of crime. no longer under house arrest, dominique strauss-kahn and his wife left the luxury townhouse where he had been confined with no word about their destination. friday after leaving court free on a promise to return and with a $6 million bail and bond back in his pocket, strauss-kahn dined at this exclusive manhattan restaurant, reportedly running up a $700 tab. while today, new details about what led prosecutors to question the accuser's story. sources close to the investigation had already revealed she telephoned an alleged drug dealer after the incident to talk about how to profit. now, "the new york times" reports that
>>> tonight on "nightline," royal road trip. they're here. and hollywood gives william and kate an a-list celebrity welcome. she was born a commoner, but in a town that knows how to measure star wattage she's now a red carpet queen. >>> plus, babies behind bars. crawling in the prison halls. napping in the cell blocks. they're right at home. but what are these babies doing in the big house? we'll tell you, when we go inside the jailhouse nursery. >>> and, a stolen life. a major abc news exclusive. in her first ever interview, jaycee dugard, kidnapped and held for 18 years, shares her story with abc's diane sawyer. she talks about giving birth in captivity -- >> i felt like i wasn't alone anymore. >> and how she made it through. >> you just do what you have to do to survive. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," july 8th, 2011. >>> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. we begin with today's british invasion. earlier tonight, heir to the british throne prince william and his bride,
for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening, i'm kate snow in for brian. it was a stunning turn in a case involving one of the world's most powerful men. today the former head of the international monetary fund was released from house arrest after prosecutors said the woman who had accused him of sexual assault in a new york hotel room may have serious credibility problems. strauss-kahn still faces charges, but today's move could be the beginning of the end of a case that seized attention from new york to paris. ron allen is at the courthouse in lower manhattan where it all unfolded today. ron, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, kate. yes, it was an amazing day down here. especially booze prosecutors seem so confident in their case against strauss-kahn and they never expressed any doubts publicly about the alleged victim's story. today they reveal she's been giving conflicting accounts about what happened that night and conflicting accounts of other aspects of her life. some of it very unflattering. now it seems this case may be falling apart. with his wife by his s
and kate who are charming canadians with their royal glamour. ben fogle is in prince edward island following the duke and duchess every way on their trip. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. happy july 4th. it's been a weekend of duty, patriotism and, of course, glamour for william and kate here in canada. kate continues to dazzle the crowd with her accessible fashion. and their arrival here on prince edward island tops a whirlwind of activities that began in english-speaking ottawa and e ended in the french speaking provinces. canadians are going wild for the royal couple. prince km and princess catherine continue to draw massive crowds everywhere they go. kate's fashion style is on full display at each stop. the duchess dazzled in a cobat blue dress by canadian designer. at the interfaith church service aboard the montreal sunday morning. prayers were said for members of the armed forces. they also visited a local youth center to take part in a magic show. it was one of many fetching frocks that sent onlookers throughout the world into a frenzy over the weekend. on friday, h
in on princess kate. tried to make me go to rehab, i said no, no, no ♪ >>> and coming up next, the talent and tragedy of amy winehouse, dead tonight at the age of 27. we'll be right back. er >>> you are looking at the scene right now outside the london home of singer amy winehouse where fans gather tonight as word spread of her unexplained death at the age of 27. winehouse was the first british singer to win five grammy awards. but her musical success was matched by her very public struggles with substance abuse. nbc's peter alexander has our report. ♪ >> reporter: with her mastery of soul and jazz, amy winehouse sure didn't sound like a white jewish woman who grew up in the suburbs of london. ♪ i tell you i was troubled >> reporter: in 2008 winehouse won five grammys, critics and fans loved her with that unmistakable black beehive hairdo and old-fashioned sailor tattoos. her career soared and her influence on other singers, including british performer, adele, and lady gaga was almost immediate. >> there were elements of jazz, of motown, soul, all mixed up in something that was almost
today, william and kate will have spent barely six hours here in montreal before they head up the st. lawrence river to their next stop. you might say today that the u.k.'s future king an queen officially put down roots here in canada. even in a glamorous gray dress and heels, kate wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty as the newlyweds planted a tree in ottawa, a symbol of their love. joining the royals, more than a dozen couples celebrating 50 and 60 years together, all married on april 29th, the same day as william and kate. and in an exchange reminiscent of princess diana, the couple comforted a cancer patient. william and kate attended another ceremony, visiting with veterans and their families, but in many ways, this weekend's stop in quebec with its small separatists may prove the ultimate test of the couple's charm. two years ago, they greeted prince charles with violent protests. so far this trip, no problems. >> the monarchy was able to reconnect in canada because of william and kate. the interest in this beautiful young girl almost like the jackie o. of this generation and t
orlando. good evening, kerry. >> well good evening, kate, the prosecution and the defense were each given four hours to make their closing arguments. but like so many other aspects of this case, there was an unplanned moment that unfolded in front of the jury. casey anthony is a accused of the premeditated murder of her daughter, caylee. but today with the stakes at their highest, the personality conflicts between defense attorney jose baez and prosecutor jeff ashton that have long peppered this trial, exploded. >> he could get up here and lie all he wants. and dance around the truth, but the truth is the truth. and he, and depending on who's asking the questions, whether it's this laughing guy right here or whether it's myself. >> objection. >> sustained. approach the bench. >> it stopped the trial cold. the jury was ordered out of the room. >> enough is enough. >> a distracting sideshow in the first-degree murder case that the state told jurors today, it's proven. this morning, with casey anthony looking towards the jury and the prosecutors, ashton stitched together 33 days of evidence
, the house wants to cut 8.9 million. here to join us is kate branan and marcus wiseburger. guys thanks for joins us. >> thank you. >> kate let's start with you. why is the congress says and what is it doing in the future. >> first the congress has passed a budget for 2012. that meets the president's requirements. that heads chairman buck mckeon. he's have been -- he's very opposed to cuts in defense. and then on the senate side, the authorization bill was passed a couple of weeks ago. that cut $6 billion and when that was introduced by senator carl resin he expressed frustration that the house had not given further guidance on what to cut. so they said we'll cut an extra 2 million to make sure that's enough. eventually $19 million were cut from the president's 2011 request. >> marcus, let's go over to you. what do we know about the roles and mission review, where it's going to take us and what it's going to target. >> we know it's going to take place this summer. it will shape the 2013 budget: an unknown is will it come back to shape what congress is debating right now in the 2012 bud
's biggest stars were out. but no surprise, it was kate who stole the show. we are live in los angeles for will and kate's big hollywood moment. >> announcer: from abc news, this is a special edition of "good morning america," now, live from the belasco theater in los angeles, california, and new york city, weekend anchors bianna golodryga and dan harris. >> good morning, america, you're looking at a live shot from the historic belasco theater where they are still cleaning up from the biggest royal carpet event in decades. dan, you missed quite a party last night. >> i did. i'm dan harris in new york. i understand there were a ton of celebrities with you, bianna. >> a ton of hollywood elite. tom hanks, nicole kidman, jennifer lopez, barbra streisand were all in this room. you see how huge the room was. all of the upstairs was closed off. it was an intimate dinner for 280 people. dan, these celebrities, these celebrities were told to, quote, be cool of around william and kate, not to flood them. they were the stars of the show. dan, i know you and everyone else in america wants to know
and kate are their whirl wind tore of canada. in aam delivered a speech ceremony at city hall. >> we have had the strong storm moved through the district. 72 miles pers were hour downtown. 63 mile per hour wind gusts in sterling. you can see the temperatures have really fallen. a severe thunderstorm watch in until midnight tonight. showers andnce for thunderstorms. is yourhe weather. >> thank you for joining [ kate ] if this icelandic mud could work wonders on my skin, imagine what it could do for my business. now, i just had to figure out a way to get it back to the states. so i called john, my citibank small business expert. [ john ] kate, how are you? [ kate ] he got me a line of credit and together we made it happen. now, my spa has more business than ever.
noticed, they only had one balcony kiss, not two that we saw from william and kate. >> see, you're focusing on that. and i'm thinking about the police stopping her at the airport. >> the legal mind always at work. >> and convincing her to go back. >> convincing, yeah. >> maybe she just didn't want to hit the pink beer. >> maybe they tranquilized her and -- >> all right, boys. >> -- convinced her to go back. >> well, for us romantics, there is more. >> think about that. >> think about that. >> there is more royal newlywed stories coming up. william and kate take canada. huge crowds cheer william and kate, who wears a maple leaf fascinator to celebrate canada day. their next stop, dan, usa. that's next weekend. >>> the countdown is on to closing arguments in the casey anthony murder case. the final witnesses for the prosecution raise e estions about whether her mom was lying about computer searches for chloroform. >>> and shocking sarah palin, what's the revelation in bristol's new book that she didn't want her mom to see? [ female announcer ] it follows yo
. is there more to come? >>> and royal treatment. will and kate bring their charming style to the u.s. carrying on a long family tradition. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. betty ford, a former dancer, stay-at-home mom of four, and wife of a michigan congressman, never could have imaged the strange circumstances that in 1974 would land her and her husband, gerald ford, into the white house, but for a role she was unprepared for, first lady of the united states, she made a lot of it and changed thousands if not millions of lives in the process. betty ford died last night in california at the age of 93. she was known for speaking her mind, even when it didn't jive with her husband's political agenda, but she is best remembered for putting a public face to some awfully personal struggles and inspiring americans, particularly women, in ways no other first lady had. at the ford museum in grand rapids, michigan, her childhood home, betty ford was remembered today as a beloved first lady and an outspoken and inspiring figure to millions of women. >> i liked her openness,
can get it, too, for less. we're going to show you how to dress like kate after these messages. aft er c ollege, i moved back in with my parents. i was worried about 'em, you know? i mean for instance my mom went to bed tonight before making my dinner. which is fine, i mean i, i know how to make dinner. it just starts to make you wonder. is this what happens when you age? my friends used to say i was the lucky one. i had the fun parents. where's the fun now? night, guys. [ sighs ] ♪ [ male announcer ] toyota venza. keep on rolling. that's me with the blow dryer and the flat iron until i see smoke. so pantene said, "breakage and split ends? no problem." they gave me this pantene called breakage to strength. [ female announcer ] the keratin protection pro-v system helps prevent then repair split ends. zero fear of breakage, 100% more strength. no regrets, just health. i'm not giving up the heat. [ female announcer ] the breakage to strength system from pantene. [ chanting ] do it! [ all cheering ] [ female announcer ] it's fun to get dirty when it's this easy to get clean. that's becau
for us. >>> royal mum. kate cozies up to the kids and shares her hopes for an heir. the comment that's capturing headlines on her north american tour. >>> light them all at once. the fireworks show that never got off the ground. >>> and a good morning to you. happy independence day. i'm josh elliott, here today with elizabeth vargas, as robin and george are enjoying the holiday with their families. let's face it perhaps a measure of sleep. >> let's hope so. 14. >>> and with that fireworks video, that's not if way it's supposed to work. hopefully it wililwork well as you celebrate our nation's birthday. >>> we have lots of news. we begin with that breaking news off the coast of baja, california. a tourist boat has capsized. dozen of people have b bn thrown into the water. bianna golodryga is here with the latest. >> reporter: one american tourist was killed. all 44 people onboard, the tourism company, baja fishing, when it capsized yesterday. the boat was found 60 miles south of san felipe, mexico. 27 onboard were tourists. the other 17 were crew members. the u.s. coast guard has laun
can all salute in towns across this country. >>> bill versus kate, the royal race on the water. ho won? and the unexpected question that kate answered. >>> and the star spangled surprise. move over "american idol" how about our american troops? ♪ and the rockets red glare . >>> good evening. it's great to have you with us on this fourth. we begin with a dramatic rescue operation under way after a holiday trip ended disastrously a boat with american tourists sinking off the coast t mexico. here wlas we know tonight, 44 people were on board. 27 of them americans. whwh the boat flipped over and sank during a storm. at least one american is dead, several others missing. at this hour, the u.s. coast guard has joined mexico's navy, pulling survivors from the water. as this tragedy unfolds we're learning tonight of some remarkable stories of rur sieval. tourists swimming to shore clutching a cooler. it all happened about two miles off the coast near baja mexico and we begin with abby boudroau in mexico. >> reporter: these are the lucky ones, their tour boat cap sized in the middle of the
? >> inside kate and william's tour. plus, the report card. >> a new york housewife bankrupt and sent packing by her ex, a billionaire j.p. morgan heir? >> to have my home at risk is scary. >> plus, the billion-dollar l.a. dodgers split. >> celebrity coast to coast divorces. >> most people think this is the most expensive divorce in california history. >> and could maria shriver reveal all in a new bombshell book? >> hollywood, kennedy family, scandal, sex and a baby, no less. >> now, from hollywood, "the weekend "insider" is on. >> here is what many believe a very disturbing question. could casey be planning to have another child after she's set free? >> we have the latest in the casey anthony aftermath in this weekend's inside story. >> the trial riveted the nation. >> everybody is talking about and still talking about -- >> we've been o.j.ed. >> let me just say, this is so much bull i can't stand it. >> the murder weapon was tot mom's. they did have a murder weapon. >> if you can live in america, you can get away with murder. >> casey lived with her parents before. what now? does everybody
you the latest from los alamos. [ kate ] if this icelandic mud could work wonders on my skin, imagine what it could do for my business. now, i just had to figure out a way to get it back to the states. so i called john, my citibank small business expert. [ john ] kate, how are you? [ kate ] he got me a line of credit and together we made it happen. now, my spa has more business than ever. ...and so does our cleaning crew. [ male announcer ] at citibank, we believe small business is a big deal. what's your story? citibank can help you write it. >>> some good news tonight for firefighters battling that wildfire near los alamos, new mexico. a bit of rain has been a big help enough to allow 10,000 residents to return home for the first time in a week. news isn't all good. wildfires still threatening several sites considered sacred by native american tribes. it is close to what is considered the birth place of san peblos. >>> john mccain pointing to a shallaking. >> they don't want to compromise. they want us to balance the budget. they don't think that they need their taxes raised. >> a d
william and kate middleton. the couple arrived not long ago. >> that much-anticipated visit is underway. there is a lot of excitement here at the beverly hilton hotel. they came straight to beverly hills, this is kate's first time in the u.s. but didn't stop to do shopping they're going to go down to business. and they arrived at l.a.x., greet bid governor jerry brown and other dignitaries and kate always captures a lot of attention with what she wears changed clothes during her trip from canada to l.a. arrived wearing a beautiful laughder dress. judge bug what's happening, that dress will probably be copied and on the strees within hours. the couple came here to the beverly hilton hotel attending a summit and panel on new media and investments, a meeting brought together leaders from investment community and business and entertainment communities and participation by royals to try to promote ties between america and the united kingdom. santa monica, home to one of the largest expatriot communities in the us use they just seem normal people. and they're not all sucked into traditional s
and duchess of cambridge, william and kate, spent part of this day in one of the less glamorous parts of los angeles as they wrapped up their visit to north america. nbc's kate snow is there for us tonight. kate, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. it is just about over now. the duke and duchess just arriving at l.a.x. they will be leaving shortly for england after, as you say, a weekend here in california. the end of their trip to canada and california. and today on this final day, they weren't visiting royalty, visiting hollywood glamour here or playing polo. but they were touring skid row. their black range rover drove through one of l.a.'s most infamous areas. 50 blocks of inner city los angeles where an estimated 4,000 people live on the streets. in the heart of that neighborhood, inner city arts, an arts education center where william and kate got their hands dirty. a little painting. a little help with a ceramic turtle. and the royals left their mark in slabs of clay. a teen dance trooup entertained. more than that, a performance about what life is like in south central l
the pittsburgh steeler was arrested for. plus, will and kate mania. the royal pair had a busy day in california. we'll have a complete wrap-up [ female announcer ] welcome to busch gardens williamsburg where d.c. goes to get away. maybe it's because washington d.c. loves the legendary coasters or that your entire family will have fun, even the little ones. it could be that water country usa has more of the waves, slides and rides everyone wants. so plan your getaway and come play. you never know who you'll run into. get started at >> well, millions fought for decades to get to this day. the republic of south sudan is now sovereign and independent. president obama says the u.s. will recognize the nation. earlier today people in the new capital danced and celebrated, as you see. they celebrated their newfound independence. the creation of the new state splits africa's largest country into two bringing abend to five decades of -- an end to five decades of civil war. he escaped death on the battle field, but
william and kate on their first official trip abroad. it is 11:00 a.m. here in singapore. >> we're broadcasting to viewers on pbs america and around the world. >> venezuelan president hugo job as within the last few hours held -- hugo chavez with in the last few hours held a press conference. he is recovering from surgery. the president acknowledged he had a tumor and had undergone surgery to remove a cancerous cells. he says he is determined to fight and is on the road to recovery. sara joins me now. after watching the footage over the last few days, this comes as a bit of a surprise. >> it does. it is quite a big admission because the government has tried to manage this illness. the president has let information out here and there, but no great disclosure. this speech by the president somewhat unexpected and very serious. it was very obvious from watching it that he has had some serious health problems. he lost a lot of weight. his voice is much weaker than we are used to hearing. very clear that he struggles. now he has made it public, hoping the public will back him. >> what
will listen. am i hope that it helps. really do. am i hope that it helps. r[ kate ] if this icelandic mud could work wonders on my skin, imagine what it could do for my business. now, i just had to figure out a way to get it back to the states. so i called john, my citibank small business expert. [ john ] kate, how are you? [ kate ] he got me a line of credit and together we made it happen. now, my spa has more business than ever. ...and so does our cleaning crew. [ male announcer ] at citibank, we believe small business is a big deal. what's your story? citibank can help youou write . [ male announcer ] nature valley sweet & salty nut bars... they're made from whole roasted nuts and dieded in creamy peanu@ butter... ♪ ...making your craving for a sweet & salty bar... ♪ ...irresistible. by nature valley. ♪ >>> 95 degrees at reagan national, still 81 degrees before midnight. 79 at children's hospital in the district, 78 leesburg, laurel 77, high of 93. koehler off to the west, with showers. doppler radar, showers beginning to bubble up across washington, allegany counties, the panhan
evening. i'm kate snow in for brian williams tonight. on this independence day, there's a huge cleanup under way not far from yellowstone national park. landowners along the yellowstone river in montana about 140 miles downstream from the park are furious after a pipeline that runs under the river burst on friday. oil coats the riverbanks around the city of billings and the town of laurel, and that's where we find george lewis tonight. good evening, george. >> reporter: good evening, kate. behind me you see some of the workers involved in the cleanup. montanans love their great outdoors and they're not too happy tonight that part of it is fouled with oil. exxon says it has more than 200 people working on cleaning up the oil spill, but about 1,000 barrels of crude, 42,000 gallons worth, were released into the yellowstone river. enough oil to fill five tanker trucks. >> i want to personally apologize to all the people affected by this. >> reporter: workers are putting up 40,000 feet of protective boom to try to keep the oil from fouling more of the riverbank. >> right now we're not worri
their names are william and kate. they are visiting from the uk and in terms of megawattage, there's no touching them. nbc's kate snow is at the beverly hilton tonight where the royal couple are attending a reception this evening. kate, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, brian. and in a town that loves to celebrate celebrity, this is the a-list ticket to have. to see william and kate this weekend. they just touched down just a few moments ago at l.a.x. you see them greeted by the governor, she was given flowers, red, white and blue, of course. william and kate's security may be tighter here than it was in canada. the lapd tells us that paparazzi will not be allowed anywhere near the royal couple, if they trespass, they will be arrested. "today" -- today william and kate left canada. of course william and kate left canada just this morning in calgary, there was a bit of a moment, seemed to be a snub yesterday when the couple did not wear those white traditional s a snub.ts, some people said it d they were launching the on typical calgary parade there. ller was supposed
, the wait is almost over, after nine days of charming canada will and kate arrive in the united states for a weekend of stars and pears in hollywood. abc's bob woodruff is one step ahead of the royal couple where the newlyweds will land in just a few hours. >> reporter: the world's most famous newlyweds today are wrapping up their coast-to-coast tour of canada. >> in 1939 my great grandmother, queen elizabeth, the queen mother said of her first tour of canada with her husband king george vi, canada made us. catherine and i now know what she meant. >> reporter: they got a taste of cowboy culture. at each stop adoring crowds in the thousands and an intense focus on the duchess and her outfits. next stop, los angeles where the attention is expected to intensify. >> l.a. is more used to big hollywood stars than anywhere else but these are stars of such a different nature. this is a real life and prince and princess. >> reporter: the neighborhood around the british consulate will be sealed off. homeowners signed agreement that they wouldn't allow paparazzi on their property. one neighbor pu
. >>> and william and kate take america. the royals have landed in the united states, and we are live in los angeles as hollywood's royalty gets ready to meet actual royalty. will "a" listers are set to meet the future king and queen and just what will kate wear tonight on the red carpet? >>> hello, everybody. i'm dan harris in new york. i want to say good morning again to all of you and also to my co-anchor bianna golodryga who is in los angeles. hey, bianna. >> well, we are here to celebrate the arrival of two of the most famous tourists in americicright now. of course, i'm talking about prince william and his new wife catherine. they landed here last evening, but, of course, we all know it's also a day where coast to coast we are remembering a courageous and trail blazing woman. >> that's right. former first lady betty ford died last night. she was 93 years old. she was one of the most popular first ladies in recent history and in many ways she revolutionized the job. the tributes are pouring in this morning. president obama praising mrs. ford for her "courage and compassion," and former presiden
are whining more than they are working. >>> will and kate causing a royal frenzy, touring north of america this fourth of july holiday weekend. we'll tell you what they are up to and what your neighbors are. good news, if you are hitting the road. good morning, i'm chris jansing. we begin with major developments in two closely watched criminal cases. one is a stunner. reports that the sexual assault case against imf chief dominique strauss-kahn may be crumbling. we are following the casey anthony murder trial. jonathan joins us. strauss-kahn will ask to be released from house arrest. what happened? >> there are a lot of questions about the alleged victim, the accuser who said he grabbed her. the maid says he grabbed her, dragged her into the suite and forced her to perform a sex act. now, prosecutors discovered this woman in her past claimed she was raped in her home country. sources familiar with the case told prosecutors how she was raped, very emotional, with great details about the past rape. after further questioning, she recanted and said it never happened and she takes it back and s
is getting a reception worthy of rock stars. the sun says that kate talked about wanting children. that's big news. and bob woodruff has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. very interesting news day today. fantastic morning here. you know that prince william is actually military helicopter pilot, he's going to flying himself over the water here in what's called a emergency landing procedure. he's going to land it to prevent it from flipping over later on, a competition between him and his wife, kate n a dragon boat race. under the hong kong tradition. we'll find out soon who's going to win that thing later today. this has been a very, very successful time. >> reporter: prince william continued the royal couple's charm offensive in kquebec city. speaking in their native tongue, french. and apologizing for his accent. the prince and his bride have been greeted with fanfare everywhere they've gone. they visited a shelter for troubled youths. on the streets, there were about 200 protesters. but more than a thousand fans in the french town. kate's fashions, stunning dresses by a canadian-born d
in on princess kate >> and up next, the talent and tragedy of amy winehouse dead tonight at the age of 27. we'll be right back. ♪ with diabetes, it's tough to keep life balanced. i don't always have time to eat like i should. and the more i focus on everything else, the less time i have to take care of me. that's why i like glucerna shakes. they have slowly digestible carbs to help minimize blood sugar spikes, which can help lower a1c. glucerna products help me keep everything balanced. [ golf clubs clanking ] [ husband ] i'm good! well, almost everything. [ male announcer ] glucerna. delicious shakes and bars. helping people with diabetes find balance. >>> you are looking at the scene right now outside the london home of singer amy winehouse where fans gather tonight as word spread of her unexplained death at the age of 27. winehouse was the first british singer to win five grammy awards. but her musical success was matched by her very public struggles with substance abuse. nbc's peter alexander has our report. ♪ >> reporter: with her mastery of soul and jazz, amy winehouse sure didn't s
that lifts them beyond mere celebrity. william and kate arrived at the annual canada day celebration in a horse-drawn carriage. the crowds were large, the welcome, once again, enthusiastic. as the queen's representative in canada, the governor general mounted the podium. the crowd shouted for will and kate. >> will and kate! will and kate! >> they made their way to the stage, giving the crowd a chance to see that kate was wearing canada's national colors of red and white. canada's prime minister congratulated them on their marriage. the crowd cheered. the dignitaries clapped. and the happy couple looked, well, happy. and as the cheering went on and on, a little bewildered. she patted his leg and when finally the cheering stopped, it was time for william to try out his french again. >> [speaking in french] >> they were thrilled at the prospect of eight more days in canada. this is plainly a pretty partial and pro-monarchist crowd, but broadly speaking, that's how much of canada is and they seem to like the look of the royal family's newest couple. today would have been the 50th birthd
for robin. >>> they are almost here. will and kate reach america in three days. yesterday prince william had the chance to show off his piloting skills for his proud bride and got to see the couple unleash competitive streaks and bob woodward reports this morning from yellowknife, canada. ♪ >> reporter: royal tours are highly scripted affairs. every handshake, every outfit, every moment planned to the finest detail which is why this is causing such a stir. it wasn't much, a responsibspon very brief embrace but this was a highly unusual public display of affection. >> prince william is going to do things his way and, you know, they both say, this is how we do it. that's how you did it then but we're doing it different now. >> reporter: the royal squeeze came moments after prince william and kate competed head to head in a dragon boat race on the lake. at first it looked like kate's team might win. but will's boat crossed first, which seemed to disappoint many watching from shore. >> she's beautiful. she's athletic. >> yeah. >> she seems very nice. >> yeah. >> like one of us. >> reporter: th
this evening. this one north of the border. prince william and his wife, kate, are in canada tonight. william is the future king. but bob woodruff tells us, there's no question that kate is stealing the show. he's in quebec city tonight. bob? >> reporter: that's very true. we're seeing a huge turnout of people at these events so far. not only a fascination with the duke and duchess of cambridge as a couple. there seems to be greater infatuation with william's wife, kate. we joined them with 3 00,000 people to see the fireworks and take in the sights of canada day. very much like the fourth of july. this morning, kate's first tree planting. then, to thehear memorial, to honor canadian troops who served in the wars. while william has focused on the military, kate has become a star. the main draw. she's changed outfits as many as three times a day. always with a comfortable smile. this has taken much of the pressure off her husband, the prince. >> william is a shy guy. he does not like being the focus of attention. and of course, with kate by his side, he's not the focus of attention. he's part
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